We finally had new carpet installed. It has been one of the things that have bothered me the most since we have lived here. Out with the mauve floral and scratchy mutli-colored hues and in with the new. There are a million other things I would like to do to our house but unfortunately $$$ and time do not supply. I am determined to paint few rooms that are still real eye sores, hopefully next week.
My aunt Christine, who is an interior designer, came for a short visit and was very helpful with our decor. Lucky me she has been decorating some homes out here in CT lately so I get to steal her for a few hours when she comes to town and pick her brain.
My little guy is five months today, wow that went by fast. His little friends (they are actually years older than him) came to visit and he was constantly trying to get out of my arms and was getting so frustrated he couldn't run and play. He wants to be big so bad.
Getting to know Samuel at five months...
Favorite past time: bouncing up and down, flying through the air, spinning in circles, anything that makes mommy very tired.
Favorite outfit: This muscle shirt (Stripling Warriors)
Favorite sport: football, he has no choice
Hair color: was blond, then it all fell out (mom is bald too since he rips out handfuls of hair)
Favorite album: Hairspray, as long as we are dancing to it
Favorite time of day: 4am (unfortunately)
Favorite food: milk (no choices yet, but he is getting extremely interested)
Dislikes: being on the floor, therefore no rolling over or crawling in sight
Friday, February 29, 2008
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Friday, February 22, 2008
Isn't our house cute when it snows!
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Thursday, February 21, 2008
A brief catch up... Our dear Samuel, is now four and a half months old. It has been the most incredible time of our lives. We have been a little MIA at times during this entry into parenthood. We clealy were a little suprised our mothers of 8 (Madeline) and 9 (Vicki) children did this so gracefully. As good of examples as these renaissance mothers are, they have also been a little miss leading to us common folk that it actually takes a little work and adjusting.
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